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Offlinetai
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Newbie help
    #3146371 - 09/17/04 01:33 AM (12 years, 10 months ago)

Sorry for dumb newbie Q's....tried to find these details through research...no luck.


Today I picked a few samples of a shroom that is in abundance right down the street at the local cow field. It appears to be a Copelanda trop. Thin The stock, the cap and the gills seem to indicate as much.
Two questions.....1. It seems to be bruising dark dark blue almost black. And it seems to be affecting the whole stack.
Second the spore print is medium gray. Is this possible. It should be Jet black.


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Re: Newbie help [Re: tai]
    #3146405 - 09/17/04 01:41 AM (12 years, 10 months ago)

Need a better description of the mushies and
the habitat. Your spore print may be affected
if the fruit is too mature or dry. From the
bluing description, it sounds as if you may have
Cope cyans.

Copelandia Cyanscens from a Florida pasture


Namaste,

Peaceful Nomad


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Re: Newbie help [Re: Peaceful_Nomad]
    #3146682 - 09/17/04 02:48 AM (12 years, 10 months ago)

they look just like that.....im worried about the gray spore print


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Re: Newbie help [Re: Peaceful_Nomad]
    #3147795 - 09/17/04 12:46 PM (12 years, 10 months ago)

The gills of Copes start out as a light grayish color becomeiong dark black with age. HEre are some Cope caps drying and thent he prints they left.
The caps on paper


The spore prints after i removed the caps.



and here are some fresh ppicked copes with a browninsdh looking gill color.



mj


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